Definitions for "Autotype"
A term coined to distinguish between archetypal symbols with their generic relation to the monomyth, and the particular presentation of the symbols in a piece of literature by an individual author. Leslie Fiedler's term signature is a variant of this idea, emphasizing the mythopoeic artist's individual imprint on archetypal materials. The Toltec/Aztec story of Quetzalcoatl involves archetypes; D.H. Lawrence's novel The Plumed Serpent both adapts the archetypal materials and also adds to them symbols either created by Lawrence or substantially altered to express his own distinctive vision of the world.
Keywords:  facsimile
A facsimile.
A photographic picture produced in sensitized pigmented gelatin by exposure to light under a negative; and subsequent washing out of the soluble parts; a kind of picture in ink from a gelatin plate.
process for producing permanent prints in a carbon pigment
Keywords:  versa, vice, explorer, street, entries
Autotype is a function in some computer applications or programs, typically those containing forms, which fills in a field once you have typed in the first few letters. Most of the time, such as in Internet Explorer, the entries that appear in the list depend on the form's name, so as to not propose street names in a last name field or vice-versa.
Keywords:  exact, reproduction, copy
an exact copy or reproduction